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Basically, my set up is:

Kali Linux running in a virtual machine, Server running on a virtual machine, And my host machine as the client.

What I want to do is mess about with some stuff on the service on my client machine and use Kali to capture this traffic between the client and server so I can save it and then use a program to fuzz it. I want to then send the fuzzed data to the server and see if I can locate any bugs.

Any suggestions?

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Wireshark comes pre-installed on Kali and can be used to capture traffic between server and client.

If you run it on the server and set it to monitor the network adapter in the server, you can then filter out traffic on a certain port, to/from a certina IP or based on protocol which will give you teh required logging you require.

Hope this helps.

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